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About Aarhus

Denmark’s second largest city is very different from Copenhagen, much more relaxed and friendly - like a big, elegant country town. But the artistic and cultural opportunities are every bit as good as you would expect from a major city. There are excellent museums, interesting architecture, great restaurants, numerous cafes and colourful bars along cobbled, and un-cobbled streets. And an extremely creative music scene. Aarhus also hosts a number of excellent festivals. The best places to stay in Aarhus range from family run B&Bs to luxurious art hotels, but our Guru’s list starts with a great value option in the heart of the Latin Quarter.

  • Aarhus Guldsmeden is an intimate hotel with 27 stylish rooms, surrounded by peaceful gardens in the Latin Quarter of the city. Outside are the cobbled streets and colourful, but relaxed atmosphere, and inside are bright suites and a relaxing cafe.

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Best Hotels in Aarhus

  • Aarhus Guldsmeden 27 rooms from $169

    Aarhus

    An intimate hotel with a peaceful garden, relaxing cafe and simple guest rooms. Suites are bright, comfortably decorated and have four poster beds. Situated in the Latin Quarter of the city - cobbled streets and calm atmosphere. A perfect hideaway in this creative city.

    Great walks  -  Aarhus Botanical Gardens
    Sights nearby  -  The Old Town Museum
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  • Oasia Hotel 65 rooms from $172

    Aarhus

    Oasia Hotel is situated in an historic building in the heart of Aarhus, 300 metres from the train station. It offers chic, modern accommodation decorated in a classically Nordic manner featuring luxury beds by Häsens and light wooden floors. A smart, unfussy and friendly city break.

    Local exploring  -  There are plenty of sights within walking distance of the hotel so make sure to see all that the city has to offer
    City Style  -  This classiscal building houses a surprisingly modern Scandi-chic hotel, think clean lines and muted tones
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll through the wonderful Botanical Gardens or meander through the city's streets getting a feel for the place
    Sights nearby  -  Beautiful Marselisborg Palace, the summer and Christmas home of the Danish Royal Family, is a must see!
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